home so sweet

I love, love, love living in our yurt. Now we're setting up our little container garden. I love, love, love growing a brand new little garden.

This morning some critter stole my new pint of fat-filled Stonyfield yogurt from the spring and gobbled it all up. I thought I was beating the heat by keeping my food cool. Instead I was just feeding the wildlife.


Sandy said...

You guys are making an mkokoteni!!! Everything looks beautiful. I'm so happy you love it (but really, what is there not to love?!)

MOM B said...

I love your container garden! Is any of it edible? Do you think a racoon opened the yogurt--I've heard they're very agile with their fingers. I'm glad you were able to put pictures again.

Abigail said...

I like looking at pictures of your yurt even more now, because I'm not filled with an urgent sense of "must-visit-for-the-first-time-ever."

I love the looks of your container garden.

Liana said...

Yay for pictures!
How fun... for your container garden.
Isn't it fun to watch things grow?!

heidiann(e) said...

yes, all edible.
well, mostly.

it's various herbs, as well as several tomato and tomotillo varieties, chards, mustard greens, romaine lettuce, mesclun mixes, peas, beans, squash, and some others i'm probably not remembering now.

heidiann(e) said...

oh, the non-edible;
a toothache plant that numbs your mouth when you chew on it. it's moved inside now, because the slugs liked it so much.